Skip to main content

About your Search

20130201
20130228
STATION
KPIX (CBS) 3
WUSA (CBS) 3
WJZ (CBS) 2
LANGUAGE
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)
CBS
Feb 19, 2013 5:30pm PST
of brutality. >> they don't teach us in the academy how to protect your family when there's a maniac that wants to kill your children. >> once we got home, we explained to the kids as best we could that there was a threat, but we had to be strong. we had to put up the front that everything is good. you're protected here. >> reporter: what was it like at home? >> i didn't sleep at night. we had two officers posted in our backyard. every 20, 25 minutes, i'd just get up and look out my window. there they were standing tall with their gun in hand and their helmet on. and they never slept. >> reporter: dorner's rampage began with the murder of monica kwan and her fiancee in a parked car. kwan's father is a retired l.a.p.d. captain who represented dorner at the departmental hearing. >> it didn't take much training to be able to walk up to two unsuspecting people and kill them there. do you ever wonder or think of what if he had had the opportunity right then, would the story not have been about kwan? would it have been about the tingirides? >> we thought about that. i looked at my daughter walking ou
CBS
Feb 19, 2013 6:30pm EST
terror. >> they don't teach us in the academy how to protect your family when there's a maniac that wants to kill your children. >> pelley: for the first time, l.a. police officers targeted by christopher dorner tell their stories. john miller has the interviews. what drove the newtown shooter to kill? bob orr has the latest clues. as his girlfriend is laid to rest, south africa runner oscar pistorius tells the court he can't imagine why he's been charged with her murder. and women revolt against a culture of rape. holy williams in india with the protests rocking the world's largest democracy. >> how did you have the courage to speak out? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. we could only imagine what los angeles police officers and their families were going through as they were being targeted by a fired cop out for revenge. well, today we found out as they told their stories. the former officer, christopher dorner, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound one week tonight, his body recovered from the ruins of a bu
CBS
Feb 4, 2013 5:30pm PST
with a as one agent told us, we had eyes on him the whole time. scott, we also talked to a member of ethan's family. they say he's doing okay and the boy has his sixth birthday on wednesday. >> pelley: mark, thank much. senior correspondent john miller is a former assistant director at the f.b.i. john, you've been talking to your sources today. how did they do it? >> this was something they looked at among the options and they had two or three different options but today as they has been delivering things to that doorway that dykes used, his entrance to the bunker-- and this occurred over days-- they created an opportunity today because he was getting more irrational, he was handling a weapon, they say. and they created an opportunity to bring him to the door to accept that delivery then they threw in the distraction devices or what are commonly called by swat teams flash bangs. they emit a blinding light and a huge big noise that small entry team-- and this would be three, no more than four hostage rescue team members-- went in there and engaged dykes; killed him and rescued the boy. this
CBS
Feb 14, 2013 5:30pm PST
on the phone. >> reporter: e-mailed photos reveal squalid conditions. many passengers used red plastic bags as toilets. hundreds slept in hallways or topside to escape the foul and stagnant air below deck. carnival c.e.o. jerry cahill insists passengers were never at risk, but 22-year-old leslie mayberry disagreed. >> reporter: a tow line pulling the 14-story-tall shape snapped, delaying today's operation. it was reattached, but it will be nightfall before the ship arrives at the terminal where relatives are waiting. nellie betts came from tupelo, mississippi, to meet her daughter. >> there's no reason why those people should be out there as long as they have. why? i don't understand why. what has taken them so long to get them home? >> reporter: once the ship arrives at the terminal behind me, carnival plans to put most of those passengers on a two- hour bus ride to new orleans, or even to galveston, texas. but some are already saying, no thanks. scott, they have relatives picking them up here so they can go straight home. >> pelley: a long odyssey. ana, thank you very much. that budget di
CBS
Feb 4, 2013 6:30pm EST
pitts tells us how a killer once committed to a mental hospital got a permit by-to-buy 15 guns. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the f.b.i. has stormed an underground shelter today, shooting to death a kidnapper and freeing a five-year-old boy unharmed. the boy, whose first name is ethan, had been held for seven days outside midland city, alabama. the family allowed us to show you his picture. the police say that ethan was kidnapped last tuesday from a school bus by 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes who neighbors have described as belligerent. mark strassmann is on the scene with the breaking news tonight. mark? >> reporter: scott, here's what happened in the final minute. two muffled bangs could be heard behind me in the direction of the shelter. an ambulance that had been parked nearby since the start of the standoff raced up the hill. about a minute later, local deputies and f.b.i. agents were patting themselves on the back, then ambulance came back down the hill, this time driving slowly, carrying ethan to a lo
CBS
Feb 14, 2013 7:00pm EST
passengers used red plastic bags as toilets. hands slept in hallways or tops side to escape the foul and stagnant air below deck. carnival c.e.o. jerryica hail insifts passengers were nerf at risk, but 22-year-old leslie mayberry disagreed. >> it was leaning to one side. it was literally like walking uphail whenever the boat was leaning. i mean, it was very scary. a the lo of people thought we were going to just tip over and sink. and than you look out on the deck and the ocean, and there's no one. you're just by yourself, and you're so alone even though you're around 3,000 other people on the boat, you're just alone. >> reporter: a tow line pulling the 14-story-tall shape snapped, delaying today's operation. it was reattached but it will be nightfall before the shape arrives at the terminal where relatives are waiting. nellie betts cape from tupelo, mississippi, to meet her daughter. >> there's no reason why those people sash out there as long as they have. why? i don't understand why. what has taken them so long to get them home? >> reporter: once the ship arrives at the terminal c
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)